The current town seal features a dogwood flower, the state’s official flower, with the year the town was incorporated – 1871 – at its center, surrounded by four petals, each holding a different element. These four elements – a house, a church, a torch and a school – each indicated a municipal commitment – serving citizens, religious freedom, enlightenment and education respectively.
The current town seal features a dogwood flower, the state’s official flower, with the year the town was incorporated – 1871 – at its center, surrounded by four petals, each holding a different element. These four elements – a house, a church, a torch and a school – each indicated a municipal commitment – serving citizens, religious freedom, enlightenment and education respectively. Courtesy of Town of Cary
The current town seal features a dogwood flower, the state’s official flower, with the year the town was incorporated – 1871 – at its center, surrounded by four petals, each holding a different element. These four elements – a house, a church, a torch and a school – each indicated a municipal commitment – serving citizens, religious freedom, enlightenment and education respectively. Courtesy of Town of Cary

Cary Town Council decides to keep town seal

April 03, 2016 11:51 AM

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